Graduates of this interdisciplinary program will be proficient in integrating neurogenetics, cellular and molecular neuroscience, neurophysiology, cognitive, computational and systems neuroscience. Students will become conversant with prevailing theories and current approaches to understand: anatomical structures, physiological functioning, processing of information, adaptive and maladaptive cognitions/emotions/behaviors, disorders and diseases of the nervous system, and clinical/biomedical applications. This portfolio prepares program graduates for a variety of professions including but not limited to: biomedical research, medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, marketing, business, law, politics, education and advocacy.

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Aging and Alzheimer
Brain Cancer
Clinical Neuroscience
Computational Neuroscience


Social Neuroscience
Behavioral Neuroscience
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
Cognitive Neuroscience
Human Development


Nervous System Injury, Repair and Rehabilitation